Our Team


Contact us at (425) 789-1073 or info@snohomishpsychology.com

*At this time, SPA does not accept State insurance (Apple Health) Medicaid / Medicare, Optum, Magellan, or Molina


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Kira B. Mauseth, PhD, Partner

Dr. Mauseth is a graduate of Whitman College and Seattle Pacific University, and has worked extensively in corrections settings as well in community mental health with adolescents and adults doing clinical and forensic assessment as well as group and individual therapy. She works with clients age 13 and older, on issues including peer adjustment and identity development, anxiety and depression, and academic and vocational concerns. She is interested in cross cultural and family relationship issues, as well as crisis management and persistent and serious mental illness. Her work combines cognitive and interpersonal approaches in seeking reality based solutions to mental health concerns. Dr. Mauseth also consults with organizations about disaster preparedness and recovery, and has developed a curriculum to teach local volunteers how they can assist their communities with trauma recovery and resiliency following small or large scale disasters. Dr. Mauseth accepts Premera/BCBS, Aetna, Cigna, Regence, and Kaiser insurances.

Practicing in: Everett & Edmonds


Holly Petaja HeadshotHolly Petaja, PhD, Partner

Dr. Petaja is a clinical psychologist who specializes in working with school-age children and young adolescents presenting with various forms of anxiety, including excessive worry, fears, separation anxiety, social anxiety, and perfectionism. Dr. Petaja also has experience working with those who have been identified as gifted/highly capable or twice-exceptional (2e) and the unique challenges they may face, including emotional intensity. She provides positive, strengths-based treatment using primarily Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT). Cognitive-behavioral therapy focuses on teaching coping skills and new ways of thinking to build resilience and cope with strong emotions. Parents play a large role in the therapy process and Dr. Petaja enjoys working with parents and children as a team. Dr. Petaja is also available to provide testing/assessment necessary for school admissions (e.g., IQ/cognitive testing, early entrance). Dr. Petaja completed her undergraduate work at the University of Washington and received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Seattle Pacific University in 2008. She subsequently completed two years of postdoctoral training at the University of Washington’s Child Development Clinic as well as Sound Health. Dr. Petaja currently accepts Regence, Premera, Blue Cross, Blue Shield (most plans), and Aetna insurances.

Practicing in: Everett


Jessica M. Mason, PsyD, Partner

Dr. Mason is a graduate of the University of Washington and Pepperdine University in Los Angeles, California. She holds masters and doctorate degrees in Clinical Psychology. Dr. Mason primarily works with and provides short- and long-term therapy to individual adults and couples. Her clinical work focuses on issues of stress, identity, depression, anxiety, family conflict, marital problems, relationship difficulties, grief and loss, traumatic experiences, and difficult life changes. She has additional experience in the areas of anger management, relationship building, and self-esteem. Dr. Mason incorporates a culturally-sensitive approach, emphasizing client strengths and self-care. She utilizes techniques from psychodynamic and client-centered therapies, and has received specialized training on techniques for working with couples in Emotionally Focused Therapy and Integrative Behavioral Couple Therapy. Dr Mason accepts Premera/BCBS and First Choice insurances.

Practicing in: Edmonds


Stacy Cecchet HeadshotStacy Cecchet, PhD, ABPP, Partner

Dr. Cecchet is a board certified clinical and forensic psychologist. She received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Seattle Pacific University and completed her Post-Doctoral Fellowship at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and the Kennedy Krieger Institute. Dr. Cecchet is a licensed psychologist who specializes in working with children ages 18 months to 12 years with disruptive behavior disorders. Common behavioral issues and disorders she treats include: tantrums, aggression, noncompliance, sleep difficulties, school problems, feeding disorders, problems with attention/concentration, developmental delays, Autism, and Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders. When working with children, Dr. Cecchet operates from a Behavioral orientation and typically utilizes behavioral parent training and Parent-Child Interaction Therapy. Dr. Cecchet also specializes in working with survivors of severe trauma (all ages), and has worked extensively both internationally and domestically in this arena. When providing services for trauma survivors, Dr. Cecchet utilizes a Cognitive-Behavioral and Interpersonal approach to treatment. Additionally, Dr. Cecchet worked for a number of years in a correctional setting and frequently provides comprehensive clinical and forensic assessments for both children and adults. Dr. Cecchet accepts Premera, Aetna, Cigna, and Regence insurances.

Practicing in: Everett


Tony Kliment HeadshotTony Kliment, LICSW, Associate

Tony is a licensed independent clinical social worker offering individual therapy for children, adolescents, and adults. Tony received his Master’s degree from Eastern Washington University School of Social Work and his B.A in social work from Carroll College in Helena, Montana. He works with children and adolescents experiencing difficulties with anxiety, depression, limited social skills and self-esteem, behavioral challenges, and trauma-related experiences. He believes that parents are an important component of the therapeutic process and encourages their direct participation in their child’s treatment. Tony utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy techniques in his treatment and has received specialized training in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. In addition, he provides parents with hands-on skills they can use to support and more effectively manage their children’s behaviors and special needs. Tony accepts Premera/BCBS, First Choice, Cigna, Regence, Kaiser, NASW/Wellspring EAP, Beacon Health, and Aetna insurances.

Practicing in: Edmonds


Sarah HeadshotSarah Zehrung, MA, LMFT, CMHS, Associate

Sarah (Sally) Zehrung is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, receiving a Master of Arts in clinical psychology from Antioch University Seattle, and Bachelor of Arts in psychology with an emphasis in multicultural counseling from The Evergreen State College. Over the past nine years, Sally has worked in various capacities, providing mental health care, crisis stabilization, and case management to adults in hospital, shelter, and residential settings. Most recently, she has worked in an outpatient setting, where she has gained extensive training in treating survivors of sexual abuse and their families using Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy (TF-CBT). Sally focuses her practice on children beginning at age 6, teens, and adults who want to work on issues related to trauma, depression, anxiety, self-esteem, life transitions, chronic illness, and parenting concerns such as behavior management and self-soothing techniques. Sally uses various techniques and interventions related to cognitive-behavior therapy, narrative therapy, humor, and mindfulness practices. Sally’s passion is in helping clients find their voice and their ability to live a confident and fulfilling life by providing compassion, empathy, and a safe and trusting environment. Sally accepts Cigna, First Choice, and Premera insurances.

Practicing in: Edmonds


Lynda Hernandez HeadshotLynda M. Hernández, PhD, NCSP, Associate

Dr. Hernández earned her doctorate in School Psychology at Illinois State University, and completed her post-doctoral training at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine at the Kennedy Krieger Institute. Dr. Hernández is a licensed psychologist and nationally certified school psychologist, and has extensive experience providing psychological services in both school and clinic settings. Dr. Hernández works with individuals of all ages, and specializes in the treatment of children and adolescents with disruptive behaviors including: tantrums, noncompliance, verbal/physical aggression, feeding/toileting concerns, depression and anxiety, obsessive-compulsive tendencies, poor self-esteem, selective mutism, self-injury, social skills, attention and hyperactivity/impulsivity concerns (ADHD), Autism, and academic concerns. Dr. Hernández strongly believes in treating each child and family uniquely by employing evidence-based strategies including aspects of Behavioral and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), and parent/caregiver training. Dr. Hernández also enjoys collaborating with multidisciplinary school teams to promote the success of students of all ages. Dr. Hernández accepts Aetna, Premera, Cigna, First Choice, and Regence insurances.

Practicing in: Everett


Noel Clark HeadshotNoël Clark, PhD, Associate

Dr. Clark received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Seattle Pacific University, and has previously worked at children’s hospitals and in university counseling centers. Dr. Clark is a licensed psychologist and specializes in working with adolescents (13+) and young adults with a wide range of mental health concerns including depression, anxiety, anger, relationship issues, self-esteem, trauma, substance abuse, life/career transitions, and family conflict. She also enjoys helping young people navigate identity formation in its many forms, related to sexuality, gender, ethnicity, culture, religion, and personhood. Dr. Clark has also worked internationally and domestically providing mental health support to survivors of trauma. Dr. Clark works from an integrative perspective, incorporating elements of dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) and interpersonal work and focuses on clients’ strengths and resiliency. Dr. Clark accepts Premera, Regence, First Choice, Aetna, Kaiser, and Cigna insurances.

Practicing in: Everett


Nicole Arcieri, MS, LMFT, CMHS, Associate
Nicole Arcieri is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who received a Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Seattle Pacific University. For the last two and a half years, Nicole has worked with victims and survivors of sexual and physical abuse in an outpatient setting. Nicole has received an array of training in trauma, crisis, anxiety, and depression. She uses many forms of Evidence Based Practices such as Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. Nicole’s therapeutic orientation is holistic and systemic. She treats people biologically, psychologically, socially, and spiritually. Her specialty is in trauma work, however, she also specializes in families who have recently gone through a divorce, learning how to co-parent, and helping the child/children adjust to this new change. Nicole works best with ages as young as six years old, adolescents, teens, young adults, and families. Her goal is to be open, respectful, curious, and accountable. Nicole accepts Premera and First Choice insurances.
Practicing in: Edmonds

Maria Holsman, PhD, Associate

Dr. Holsman received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Seattle Pacific University. She completed two year-long post-doctoral fellowships: the first with the University of Washington performing clinical research and neuropsychological testing; and the second with Veterans Affairs Puget Sound (Seattle) providing psychological and neuropsychological assessment in the Department of Rehabilitation Psychology (with rotations in the Spinal Cord Injury Unit, General Rehab, and Poly-Trauma). Dr. Holsman provides psychological and neuropsychological services for various neurodegenerative disease (e.g., dementias such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s), traumatic brain injury, mild cognitive impairment, and psychological disorders (e.g., Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Anxiety and Depressive Disorders). Additionally, she conducts brief cognitive screening evaluations for generally healthy individuals with intermittent concerns about their health (i.e., “the worried well”). Dr. Holsman accepts Premera and Regence insurances.

Practicing in: Edmonds


Pamela Hubbard, MA, LMHC, SUDP, Associate

Pam Hubbard is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Substance Use Disorder Professional. She received a Masters of Arts in Counseling Psychology from Argosy University, Seattle, and a Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences from the University of Washington, Bothell. Since 2011 she has worked in community behavioral health with clients living with co-occurring disorders (mental health and substance use). Pam works with an array of conditions in addition to co-occurring disorders, including mood disorders involving depression, Bipolar, and anxiety disorders including panic and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. She also works with several forms of trauma, including early childhood events and personality disorders, and cognitive disorders such as ADHD. Pam works with adolescents who are 13 years and older, young adults, and adults of all ages. Utilizing an Existential and Humanistic approach, she focuses on learning from the past in order to utilize the strengths developed throughout life to re-learn how to approach life in the present moment and plan for the future. She utilizes evidenced-based practices that include Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Solution Focused, Motivational Interviewing, and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). Pam’s approach is focused on helping clients utilize their innate strengths and resilience in order to help them build, or increase, their sense of empowerment, autonomy and agency. Pam accepts Regence and Premera insurances and is in the process of accepting Aetna insurance.

Practicing in: Everett


Ashlee Nollette, MS, LMHC, Associate

Ashlee Nollette is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who received her Master of Science in Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling from Western Oregon University and her Bachelor of Science in American Sign Language/English Interpreting from Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania. Ashlee is fluent in American Sign Language (ASL) and specializes in working with individuals who are Deaf/deaf/Hard-of-Hearing; however, also works with hearing individuals alike. Ashlee works with children, teens, adolescents, and adults through the lifespan. For the past two years Ashlee has worked in community mental health where she gained experience addressing a variety of conditions and doing crisis work. She attends to individuals who experience depression, anxiety, Borderline Personality Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, along with general behavioral challenges. Assisting in the adult healing of childhood sexual trauma is of particular interest to Ashlee as well. She uses a person-centered model, drawing on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), and Solution-Focused techniques in order to sculpt treatment to individuals’ unique needs. At the core of her therapeutic approach is honoring the person’s lived experience, supporting them to identify and expand upon their strengths, and together exploring solutions to assist people in cultivating a healthy and fulfilling life, however that may manifest for them. At this time, Ashlee is in the process of accepting Premera/BCBS, Aetna, Cigna, First Choice and Kaiser insurances.

Practicing in: Edmonds


Fabrienne Doll, MA, LMFT, Associate

Fabrienne Doll is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who received her Master of Arts degree in Psychology, with an emphasis in Couple and Family Therapy, from Antioch University in Seattle. Prior to that, she received a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, with a Minor in Spanish, from The University of Washington in Seattle. Since 2015, Fabrienne has worked in an outpatient mental health setting providing trauma-focused therapy with children, teenagers, and young adults with a history of sexual abuse, physical abuse, and/or witnesses to violent crimes. In that setting, Fabrienne also currently supervises clinical interns. Fabrienne has completed a variety of training for treating posttraumatic stress, anxiety, depression, crisis interventions, family conflict, and children’s behavioral concerns. Fabrienne is certified in several Evidenced-Based Practices, such as Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT). Fabrienne also utilizes a variety of techniques and interventions derived from cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), attachment theory, and Alternatives for Families-A Cognitive Behavioral Approach (AF-CBT). Fabrienne currently works with children 6 years and older, teenagers, adults, and families. Her specialty is working with trauma, but she also enjoys working with individuals or families who are experiencing stressful life transitions, struggling with depression or anxiety, or interested in working on symptoms related to identity formation. Fabrienne enjoys working with individuals from a variety of cultural backgrounds and can provide some limited communication in Spanish, but is not currently providing therapy in Spanish. Her goal is to help individuals and families tap into the strengths that they already possess in order to increase resiliency and learn new and healthier patterns of interacting with loved with ones. Fabrienne is currently in the process of getting paneled with Regence, Premera, and First Choice insurances.

Practicing in: Edmonds


Laura Montavon, MS, LMFT, Associate

Laura earned her Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, TX and her Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy from Friends University in Wichita, KS. For the past two and a half years, she has worked as a Crisis Therapist and Supervisor with a community mental health center serving several counties. While in this role, she worked with people of all ages, from all walks of life and many different cultures. Laura assisted in outreach efforts to underserved populations, crisis stabilization and assessments for those experiencing mental health symptoms and concerns. Laura used many evidence-based therapies and interventions to work with clients as she has specialized training in Neuroscience for Mental Health, Mind/Body Skills, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Trauma-Informed/Focused Therapy and Interventions, and Gottman Method Couples Therapy – Level 1 and 2, as well as couples communication. Laura’s therapeutic orientation is based on family systems and attachment theory. Laura’s goals in working with clients is to connect with each person using her strengths of compassion, understanding, and empathy to honor and respect each person’s life, experiences and perspectives while using her knowledge in collaborating with them to work through whatever difficulties or concerns are impacting their quality of life. During therapy, Laura focuses on your strengths, resiliency, and capabilities to empower you to reach the goals that you feel will improve your quality of life and let you move forward to greater heights in your personal development, relationships, and achievements. Laura works with adolescents from 16 years old and up, young adults, adults in life transitions, couples and families.

Practicing in: Edmonds


Mary Dillon, BA, Office Manager

Mary received her BA in Criminal Justice with a specialization in forensic psychology from Seattle University. She has also been working in a forensic internship with Dr. Cecchet since winter 2018 where she helps with records review and summarizing forensic cases. Her areas of research currently include the intermediary effects of the media’s effect on criminal behavior, and the effect of personality disorders on criminal behavior. She is further interested in secondary victimization and trauma, and the gap in the field of psychology that addresses witnesses, family members, and law enforcement professionals who are affected by trauma. Mary plans on applying to psychology graduate programs in December 2019. She spends time in both our Everett and Edmonds offices Monday through Friday fielding referrals and assisting with the operation and business of both offices.